Lindsay Garritson

Colin Clarke

by Andrew Tyson

Andrew Tyson is fascinated by how composers extract unique colours and sonorities from the piano. Colin Clarke caught up with the American rising star

The ill-tempered clavier

by Charivari

What is the point of concert reviews? Charivari thinks it’s high time we stopped mourning the decline in newspaper classical music criticism

Lindsay Garritson

by Stephen Wigler

Lindsay Garritson is an exceptional pianist whose sweetness and modesty belie her impregnable technique and keen intelligence. Stephen Wigler met this shy but far from retiring young artist in New York to discuss her new album of works by Australian composer Carl Vine

Robert Casadesus

by Bryce Morrison

Robert Casadesus' flawless pianism combined clarity and elegance with a sense of balance informed by his work as a composer. Bryce Morrison explores the complete discography of this elusive French artist.

Eva Doroszkowska

by Eva Doroszkowska

Increasing numbers of amateur pianists across the globe are putting themselves to the test in front of professional juries and public audiences – all in the name of love for their instrument. Eva Doroszkowska uncovers the reasons behind the surge in popularity of competitions for amateurs

Phoenx rising

by Owen Mortimer

Phoenix Pianos has teamed up with London's newly refurbished Fairfield Halls to launch a world-class academy in the south of the capital. Owen Mortimer reports

Pål Eide

Norwegian pianist Pål Eide introduces his new solo album recorded on Grieg’s 1892 Steinway in Troldhaugen

Impromtu en Forme d’Étude

by Jeremy Nicholas

William Vincent Wallace

24 Préludes Op 28 by Frédéric Chopin

by Jonathon Brown

Jonathon Brown sifts through the extensive discography of Chopin’s 24 Préludes to discover which pianists offer the most satisfying mix of structural coherence and expressive depth

Festival de la Roque d’Anthéron

by Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson is enraptured by two French pianists at this year’s Festival de la Roque d’Anthéron


by Bryce Morrison

Paul Wee is a leading international lawyer who enjoys a parallel life as a virtuoso pianist. Bryce Morrison takes off his hat to this astonishing performer who has recently recorded his debut album of works by Alkan.

Chick Corea

by Andy Hamilton

Chick Corea’s diverse career has encompassed Latin, free improvisation, electric jazz and jazz-rock, yet his real strength lies in his work as a composer, writes Andy Hamilton

A sound education

by Malcolm Binns

Malcolm Binns discusses the historic performances which shaped him as a pianist